pjrose at frontiernet.net
Mon Jul 28 12:30:17 EDT 2003
At 8:36 AM -0600 7/28/03, Lou.Martin at afscn.com wrote:
>What's the best way to troubleshoot the pad sensor wires?
Disconnect pad wires and put an ohmeter across the outboard (pad
wire) contacts. There should be continuity if the wear sensor wires
are OK. If OK, then what about the harness (inboard wires)? One way
to test the harness is to jumper both sets of contacts, which should
eliminate the warning light if _both_ sets of harness wires are OK.
If/when one harness is bad, I'm not sure how best to identify it,
although the Bentley probably has a procedure.
>The dash brake warning light is on,
You're referring to the "warning light" on the LCD panel, right? The
other (lower) light is unrelated to pad-wear sensor.
> but I inspected both sets of pads and
>they look good. Not counting the steel backing plate, pads are 0.3 to 0.35"
Hey Bernie, those are good for another 0.4" of wear, right? ;-)
with a car whose PO snipped off both the _inboard_ sensor connectors
in order to use pads without wear sensors!
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